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The Royal Page

The student news site of Hopkins High School

The Royal Page

The student news site of Hopkins High School

The Royal Page

Chris Vang, Royal of the Month

Alex Schwartz, Staff Reporter
Chris Vang, senior, is the Royal of the Month this May. Vang is involved in varsity swimming, and is the president of the Lion King Crew.
Andrew Zimmern addresses a question during his visit to WJH.

WJH welcomes “Bizarre Foods” host Zimmern

Abby Doeden, Backpage Editor
On May 20, Chef Andrew Zimmern, star of the Travel Channel's "Bizarre Foods," visited WJH and spoke with staff and students about his life struggles and how he overcame them.
Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Natalie Hudson speaks during Boost TASC about her career and time in law.

Supreme Court Justice Hudson visits Boost TASC

On April 21, Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Natalie Hudson was invited to HHS’ Boost TASC to speak with students about her experiences as both an attorney and judge.
Jeremy Messersmith singing at the Orchestra Spotlight Concert on Feb. 19.

Jeremy Messersmith performs at Orchestra Spotlight Concert

Bea Frank, Feature Editor
This year, Jeremy Messersmith was the guest musician. He joined the orchestra in performing at the concert on Feb. 19, along with Andy Thompson on the piano.
Hillary Clinton, former United States Secretary of State, speaks at the Humphrey-Mondale DFL Dinner. Clinton is running for the Democratic nomination for the 2016 Presidential Election.

Fifth annual Humphrey-Mondale Dinner

Ruby Krietzman, Photo Editor
On Friday, Feb. 12, the fifth annual Minnesota Democratic Farmer Labor (DFL) Humphrey-Mondale Dinner was held at St. Paul RiverCentre. The featured speakers were Secretary Hillary Clinton, Governor Martin O'Malley, and U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders.

Concert Choir going to Regionals

Alex Schwartz, Staff Reporter
On Thursday, The Hopkins men’s Concert Choir will take a trip to Sioux Falls, South Dakota. This is an annual choir trip - however, this one is more special than ones in the past.

School Board discusses later start times

Morgan Downing, News Editor
On Thursday, Feb. 3, members of the Hopkins district school board and HHS’ Student Government met to discuss a change that could immensely affect Hopkins students: school start times.
Senator Al Franken speaks to several of the classes at HHS about himself and his career.

Senator Franken visits HHS

Trianna Downing and Morgan Downing, Managing Editor and News Editor
On Friday, Nov. 20, Minnesota Senator Al Franken took time off from Capitol Hill to visit HHS and inform students and staff about his plans to better the Minnesotan education system.
Quiz Bowl adviser Mr. John Sammler, Science, reads questions to the team during a Thursday practice.

Exercising their minds

Michael Korsh, Staff Reporter
English artist J. M. W. Turner, the presidential election of 1948, and the equation for calculating momentum all run through the thoughts of John Vaaler, sophomore. But he’s not even in class.
The Media Center of HHS displays 50 books from across the states.

Fifty books for fifty states

Mo Robblee, Staff Reporter
While in the library, it is customary for students to keep their voices down. But the HHS Media Center is making noise with its Read Across America program.

Students of voting age observe general elections

Ellie Fromstein, Staff Reporter
In America, it is considered a democratic right for one to vote at the age of 18. Emma Noble, senior, saw voting as her duty to take advantage of this right.
Coffee craze:

Coffee craze:

Michael Korsh, Staff Reporter
When Abby Feitl, sophomore, walks into the Starbucks Coffee in Golden Valley, the barista already knows her name and her order - a grande iced Marble Mocha Macchiato.
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